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City of Melbourne
Engineering Department
Stormwater Utility
900 Strawbridge Ave
Melbourne, FL  32901
Telephone:  (321) 608-7341
Fax:  (321) 608-7319
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Call the Stormwater Hotline at 608-7341

Recently Completed Stormwater Projects

Sarno Road/Bell Street Drainage Improvements
The scope of work includes the removal of approximately 400 l.f. of deteriorated 48" diameter metal storm drain and replacement of same with reinforced concrete pipe. Additionally, 125 l.f. of metal storm drain pipe under Sarno Road will be rehabilitated by the insertion of a cure-in-place polyethylene liner. The resulting work will reduce street flooding conditions within the Ixora Park Subdivision.

Swift Street Stormwater Improvements
Provide flood control by enhancing drainage existing system, includes pipe replacement and lining.

Charles Drive
Upgrade of stormwater outfalls along Charles Drive/Almar Subdivision. When complete, will provide flood control and treatment by replacing existing pipe system and construction of detention pond. 

Sherwood Drive Replacement Stormwater Pipe
When complete, reduction of ditch erosion.

Tallwood Subdivision Drainage
Study to define solution to street flooding problems. 

Dove Street Pond
Construction of a 2.5 acre dual-stage stormwater detention facility providing flood control and water quality benefits. 

First Generation Baffle Boxes – Installation at Yacht Basin & Stewart
Water quality improvement through sediment reduction. 

Wickham Park Pond Construction
City contributed to county project.  Creation of two ponds. Water quality project treating water from the Parkway and Croton systems. Some flood control is also being provided to these areas. 

South Melbourne & Crane Creek Drainage Basin Flooding/Water Quality Study
Analyzed existing system’s ability to convey stormwater by computer simulation. Identified problem areas and recommended flood reduction improvements. Pollutant loading computer model identified potential water quality improvements. Detailed analysis of the cost effectiveness of each recommended improvement project. 





University Boulevard Pipe Replacement
The project consists of replacing failing drainage pipe with new pipe of the same size.

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